#DCmoments Food Guide - Rome
Here our content creator has put together his favourite foodie spots in the Eternal City. This is your invitation to discover Rome doing what Rome does best – simple, authentic, wonderful food.
Salumeria Roscioli was opened in 2005 by the Roscioli family, famous for their bakery Antico Forno Roscioli (also well worth a visit). This is a very popular restaurant in the centre of town, so make sure you book several days ahead for lunch and dinner. Once there, enjoy their spectacular selection of cured meats, cheeses and local pasta specials.
Ideal for: Experimental, making an impression, dinner
The Romans like their pizza a little crispier and this is the best place to try it. Emma specialises in high quality produce and a dough recipe developed by Pierluigi Roscioli of Roscioli. Make sure you look at their focaccia menu.
Ideal for: Friends, family, lunch, dinner
Situated off the beaten track in San Giovanni you’ll find Santo Palato, a new trattoria to the area, serving Italian classics with a modern twist. It’s the perfect spot for a local date, and chef Sarah’s take on the carbonara alone is worth the trip.
Ideal for: Experimental, friends, dinner
Photographer and founder of Food Feels
Let's get social
Show us when you #DinewithDC and mention @dorchestercollection for a chance to be featured here.